KARIMNAGAR, FEBRUARY 05, 2024: The United Teachers Federation (UTF) state unit has demanded that the state government should abolish the controversial GO 317 and take up transfers and promotions of teachers in a transparent manner immediately.
The UTF Karimnagar district unit has orgaised a general body meeting to discuss issues pertaining to the teachers and employees working in the TS Minorities residential schools at the TNGO’s bhavan in Karimnagar town on Monday. Speaking on the occasion, UTF state minorities cell treasurer Lakshma Reddy demanded that the government should reduce the work pressure on teachers by appointing care-takers.
He also demanded that the government should provide allowances to principals and house masters and also allocate CCLs for the days of working on holidays. He also that the government should provide DDO powers to the principals of Minorities residential institutions. He also sought abolition of contributory pension system and implement old pension system. UTF state general secretary Golkonda Sridhar, district president Malka Kumar, Jagtial district president Shyam Sundar and general secretary Bhumeshwar, Minorities residential schools president Ram Babu and general secretary Mahesh, state secretary Bhupender Kaur and others were also present.